Proverbs containing the word Rome

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                    [post_content] => If you are away from home, adapt yourself to your surroundings and to the local customs. Don't expect the people there to alter their way of life just to please you. Lord Chesterfield wrote to his son on October 2nd, 1747:
'Good-breeding, as it is called, is different in almost every country, and merely local; and every man of sense imitates and conforms to that local good-breeding of the place he is at.'
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'Haven't you finished mowing the lawn yet ?'complained Mrs Nagg. Her husband mopped his brow with his handkerchief. 'Give me time,' he answered. 'Rome wasn't built in a day.'
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When in Rome do as the Romans do

If you are away from home, adapt yourself to your surroundings and to the local customs. Don't expect the people there to alter their way of life just to please you. Lord Chesterfield wrote to his... Read more →

Rome was not built in a day

This proverb teaches patience and perseverance. Important tasks call for a lot of hard work and take a long time to complete. Often the proverb is used as an excuse for delay. 'Haven't you finished... Read more →

All roads lead to Rome

Towards the end of the fourteenth century Chaucer wrote in a treatise on the astrolabe, an ancient astronomical instrument, that diverse paths lead diverse folk the right way to Rome from this and... Read more →